The Court has no power to direct the Official Receiver as to suspension of bankruptcy.
Times 19-Jul-1996,  BPIR 77
Cited – Bagnall QC v the Official Receiver ChD 18-Jun-2003
The bankrupt was to receive his automatic discharge. The receiver had applied ex parte to suspend the automatic discharge. The bankrupt appealed.
Held: The court had power to make such an order. The court had seen strong prima facie evidence . .
Cited – Jacobs v Official Receiver; In re Jacobs (a bankrupt) ChD 3-Apr-1998
The bankrupt was due to have his automatic discharge, but the Official Receiver applied on the day before for the discharge for an interim suspension of the discharge to allow consideration of his alleged lack of co-operation. The bankrupt said the . .
Lists of cited by and citing cases may be incomplete.
Updated: 08 April 2022; Ref: scu.81234